What is The Grange?

We look forward to meeting you!

Our Role: The Grange is an organization in which men, women and young people assemble for fellowship, discussion and formulation of policies on current issues. 
A farm affiliation is not necessary in order to be involved in your Grange. You only need to have an interest in bettering your local community through community involvement.
We are a local, nonprofit, fraternal, organization committed to serving our community through outreach and fundraising efforts. Moran Prairie Grange has been making a difference in our community since it’s establishment in 1929.  Our goal is to strengthen our commitment locally so that we can have a greater impact in our local and surrounding areas.
We hold meetings at the Grange on the second Wednesday of each month at 7 pm. Come early for Social time at 6:30 pm. Please feel free to call or e-mail with questions about membership.

Ceremonial Shovel Then.

Ceremonial Shovel Now.

Who We Are

The same 12' long Ceremonial shovel is held by Moran Prairie Grange members today, taken at the Moran Prairie Grange on April 11, 2018. 

Pictured: Kendra and Lauren Meeker;  Jessica Driver; Cyndi and Dave Langston.
Moran Prairie Grange Officers:
Master - Dave Langston
Treasurer - Valree Gayken
Secretary - Cyndi Langston
Rental Contact - Valree Gayken
Palouse Highway groundbreaking ceremony in front of the Moran Prairie Grange, Spokane, Washington, November 21, 1935. Granges were not just social organizations, but a politically active group that championed the causes of rural citizens.​
The Grange, also known as Patrons of Husbandry, is the world’s only farm-based fraternal organization. Established in Washington, D.C., in 1867, as the lifelong dream of pioneer Minnesota farmer, Oliver Hudson Kelley. The National Grange consists of 3,600 community Granges in 37 states with more than 300,000 members. Washington State’s first Grange was organized in 1873, near Walla Walla. Washington enjoys the distinction of having more Grangers than any other state – currently around 50,000 members.
The Moran Prairie Grange Collection is a digital archive documenting more than 100 years of community involvement and service in Spokane County, Washington. The collection is a project of the Moran Prairie Grange in partnership with the  Spokane County Library District , funded by a grant from the  Washington State Library
We invite you to take a moment and Browse the 
Moran Prairie Grange Collection .